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** The final shot of the three of them together as a family is sweet [[http://i.imgur.com/HDFvmMx.png?1]]. When it fades out, a silver heart appears with "The I Love Stimpy Show" written on it.

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** The final shot of the three of them together as a family is sweet [[http://i.imgur.com/HDFvmMx.png?1]]. When it fades out, a silver heart appears with "The I Love Stimpy Show" written on it.
* The unmade episode "Life Sucks" probably would have been this for the bulk of its length for it' dark message and scathing honesty, but the storybook sequence ''especially'' stands out; it's a scene where Ren tells Stimpy a bleak tale of a colony of Christian crusaders (made entirely of children, drawn in an art style that homages the work of artist Mary Blair) many of whom die horribly in a winter storm during their long journey, and when they reach the promised land, they end up attacked en masse by the lands inhabitants and are graphically killed via stabbing or decapitation ''on-screen''--and the children that ''did'' survive ended up growing up and inducted into harems (not the Tenchi Muyo type of harem, but a room in Muslim households back then for woman servants) and slavery for the rest of their lives! Outside of Ren's infamous outbursts, this easily would have counted as one of the darkest (and chillingly nihilistic) moments, in what probably would have been the darkest episode in the entire series. And most frightening is that it wasn't made up for the episode--it was based on something that (in some form or another) ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Childrens_Crusade actually happened.]]''
-->'''Ren:''' That's life, Stimpy! [[StrawNihilist Meaningless, stupid and cruel]]! I tell you, [[TitleDrop life SUCKS!]] It's a damn miracle there's any living lifeforms left on the planet!
** Oh, and to top it all off, this was meant to be the ''prequel'' to ''Ren Seeks Help''. That's right, ''this'' is what Ren did that broke Stimpy.

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** The final shot of the three of them together as a family is sweet [[http://i.imgur.com/HDFvmMx.png?1]]. When it fades out, a silver heart appears with "The I Love Stimpy Show" written on it.
* The unmade episode "Life Sucks" probably would have been this for the bulk of its length for it' dark message and scathing honesty, but the storybook sequence ''especially'' stands out; it's a scene where Ren tells Stimpy a bleak tale of a colony of Christian crusaders (made entirely of children, drawn in an art style that homages the work of artist Mary Blair) many of whom die horribly in a winter storm during their long journey, and when they reach the promised land, they end up attacked en masse by the lands inhabitants and are graphically killed via stabbing or decapitation ''on-screen''--and the children that ''did'' survive ended up growing up and inducted into harems (not the Tenchi Muyo type of harem, but a room in Muslim households back then for woman servants) and slavery for the rest of their lives! Outside of Ren's infamous outbursts, this easily would have counted as one of the darkest (and chillingly nihilistic) moments, in what probably would have been the darkest episode in the entire series. And most frightening is that it wasn't made up for the episode--it was based on something that (in some form or another) ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Childrens_Crusade actually happened.]]''
-->'''Ren:''' That's life, Stimpy! [[StrawNihilist Meaningless, stupid and cruel]]! I tell you, [[TitleDrop life SUCKS!]] It's a damn miracle there's any living lifeforms left on the planet!
** Oh, and to top it all off, this was meant to be the ''prequel'' to ''Ren Seeks Help''. That's right, ''this'' is what Ren did that broke Stimpy.
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** The opening scroll narrated by Mr. Horse is very sweet, ending with "Thank you, mothers everywhere".


* "Ren Seeks Help" is disturbing, horrific, and full of NightmareFuel. Ren's recent NoodleIncident has left Stimpy to the breaking point, and Ren genuinely feels horrible. He promises Stimpy that he'll do something about it and get help.


** The final shot of the three of them together as a family is sweet [[http://i.imgur.com/HDFvmMx.png?1]]. When it fades out, a silver heart appears with "The I Love Stimpy Show" written on it.

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** The final shot of the three of them together as a family is sweet [[http://i.imgur.com/HDFvmMx.png?1]]. When it fades out, a silver heart appears with "The I Love Stimpy Show" written on it.it.
* The unmade episode "Life Sucks" probably would have been this for the bulk of its length for it' dark message and scathing honesty, but the storybook sequence ''especially'' stands out; it's a scene where Ren tells Stimpy a bleak tale of a colony of Christian crusaders (made entirely of children, drawn in an art style that homages the work of artist Mary Blair) many of whom die horribly in a winter storm during their long journey, and when they reach the promised land, they end up attacked en masse by the lands inhabitants and are graphically killed via stabbing or decapitation ''on-screen''--and the children that ''did'' survive ended up growing up and inducted into harems (not the Tenchi Muyo type of harem, but a room in Muslim households back then for woman servants) and slavery for the rest of their lives! Outside of Ren's infamous outbursts, this easily would have counted as one of the darkest (and chillingly nihilistic) moments, in what probably would have been the darkest episode in the entire series. And most frightening is that it wasn't made up for the episode--it was based on something that (in some form or another) ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Childrens_Crusade actually happened.]]''
-->'''Ren:''' That's life, Stimpy! [[StrawNihilist Meaningless, stupid and cruel]]! I tell you, [[TitleDrop life SUCKS!]] It's a damn miracle there's any living lifeforms left on the planet!
** Oh, and to top it all off, this was meant to be the ''prequel'' to ''Ren Seeks Help''. That's right, ''this'' is what Ren did that broke Stimpy.

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For as vulgar and mean-spirited as it is, there are a couple of surprisingly heartwarming moments.

* "Onward and Upward" has Stimpy demurely ask Ren if he could carry him across the threshold of their new home. Ren smiles cutely, bats his eyelashes, and then obliges before hopping into Stimpy's arms.
** The title card is surprisingly cute and silly.
** Despite their previous altercation, there's a brief moment where Ren is cuddling up to Stimpy while they're asleep.
** Stimpy offers Ren an alternative shampoo to use, which Ren accepts. In an adorably cutesy voice that's so unlike him in this series. Stimpy slaps his hand again, and Ren pouts at him in a cute manner. It manages to be funny and quite sweet in its own way.
** While they're getting ready for bed, Stimpy asks Ren if they could have sex (cutting him self off, but it's obvious). But stops midway, thinking he's too tired (like he was earlier in the episode). Ren, however, has other plans. He calls Stimpy, then is revealed to be decked out in a baseball uniform while gazing at him seductively. All before asking, "Are you ready for a speedball, my little blumpkin pumpkin?" Despite the wording, his tone and smile indicates it's meant to be affectionate.
* "Ren Seeks Help" is disturbing, horrific, and full of NightmareFuel. Ren's recent NoodleIncident has left Stimpy to the breaking point, and Ren genuinely feels horrible. He promises Stimpy that he'll do something about it and get help.
* "Fire Dogs 2" has the Fire Chief (played by and designed after Ralph Bakshi) taking Ren and Stimpy under his wing. Despite his absolute horrid behaviour all throughout, the boys do try their hardest to put up with it. They may be it in for a certain gain, but the effort they put in to accommodate the Fire Chief is pretty sweet.
* In "Naked Beach Frenzy", the points definitely go to Stimpy. Around the end, Ren ends up getting stuck in a [[ItMakesSenseInContext man's behind]] and begs Stimpy for help. Stimpy, despite everything Ren put him through, still goes out of his way to save him. He pulls Ren out, smothers his face in kisses with relief, and asks if he's okay (albeit worded differently).
* "Altruists" consists of the boys going out of their way to help a homeless widow and her handicapped son that fell on hard times. Granted, they commit multiple crimes and other felonies in order to help her, it ends up being strangely sweet of them.
** Even the homeless widow gets a special mention, as she clearly cares very much about her son (despite that he has no head). She had even given up her brassiere just so that she could buy him a neck.
** In that same scene, Ren tells Stimpy to give her his (Stimpy's) bra. Stimpy balks at the idea, but not out of any sort of greed. But because the bra is special to him since Ren gave it to him on their [[AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther anniversary.]] However, Stimpy relents and gives it to her.
* "Stimpy's Pregnant", while it is usually considered more disgusting than heartwarming, manages to have a few moments.
** During Ren's relatively understandable freakout, Stimpy is trying to calm him down and offers sweet assurances about the situation. On top of that, he refers to the baby as their love child.
** When Ren finally comes around to the idea of being a father, he happily talks to the baby and coaxes it to come out. All while a bunch of animal couples observe from the window.
** Stimpy's UndyingLoyalty throughout the whole thing.
** When Mr. Horse discovers the actual problem, he hesitates telling them that Stimpy isn't actually pregnant. The camera then pans over to Ren and Stimpy, who are actually having a genuinely loving moment. Ren is sweetly assuring him that everything is going to be okay while petting him and kissing his nose. It's quite possibly the sweetest he's ''ever'' been in the Adult Party Cartoon. (With the exception to the ending of "Onward and Upward")
** Throughout the episode, Ren's {{Jerkass}} meter was pretty much UpToEleven. However, it's during the hospital scene that he's actually supportive and worried for Stimpy, right down to holding his hand while Stimpy pushes.
** There's plenty of {{Squick}} in regards to their baby, considering what he's made of, and understandably so. However, the immense joy Ren and Stimpy share as they relish their newborn can be considered sweet.
** Ren asks Stimpy what they should name him. Stimpy thinks about it for a few moments, then comes up with Little Ricky, to which Ren is touched and is thrilled by the name.
** The final shot of the three of them together as a family is sweet [[http://i.imgur.com/HDFvmMx.png?1]]. When it fades out, a silver heart appears with "The I Love Stimpy Show" written on it.

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